From a health and money making standpoint no way it's hard enough on the players bodies. At first they would make more money from as revinew then fans would grow tired of the extra commercials and the extra games would drawn out the sports.
It could lead to more revenue, but it could also mean that the fans may bore of the NFL sooner. It's hard to tell because if the season over-extends itself, it starts running into other sport's timeframes and television schedules. It probably wouldn't hurt the NFL too bad since it is the #1 or #2 sport in the U.S. right now.
And record books would have to be written along with the extra player injuries. Don't think it'd be worth it.
NO! NO! NO! NO! NO! NO! 16 is enough playoffs are long enough also
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